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in on $15,000. who has it right on the economy? i am elizabeth mcdonald and welcome to forbes on fox. we'll have steve, mike, and sabrina and john and morgan. mike, who has it right? >> the consumers have it right. going back to 2007 before the last bubble burst, consumers were on it and confidence had started to fall and the stock market took until october to realize. consumers have it right. cheap prices and money is raising stock prices but making consumirs poor. >> steve, these are the data points. retail sales are lowest in nibe months and consumer confidence is down. who has it right? the market hit for the 14th time it hit a record. >> the market has it right. you can have a good market in a economy. it is not good. company corporate earnings are up and they haven't paid it out in dividends and you have a peculliar situation. dividends are higher than bond yield and so the market is not a bull market only because of the dollars going down in value. you can have both. but in real terms the market is also punked. >> you wonder if the blue sky crowd is too much in control. companies
i get back home, they put a stamp in my dom book saying i must leave port elizabeth at once. three days. i was a very unhappy man, nowetu. i couldn't stay with zola because if the headman found me there again, my troubles would be bigger. so zola sent me to a friend of his called buntu and asked him if i could stay with him until i decided what to do. i am buntu. sizwe bansi. sit down, sizwe bansi. i've been expecting yo i met zola in town. he explained to me you need a place to stay until saturday when you go back to king william's town. you can stay with me. well, as you see, this is a two-roomed house. perch yourself in that corner there. i'll be in this other room. i'm not staying with my wife at the moment. she's a domestic servant in town. she helps to sleep with a white madam. jeez, it's a bloody hot day today, eh? what is your trouble, actually? i've got no permit to stay in port elizabeth. where do you have peit to be? in king william'town. how did they find out? - as you know-- - yeah - i was staying with zola-- - mm-h. --and i was very happy at zola's place until one nig have a good day. elizabeth stanton: los angeles, home to the entertainment industry where you can learn to perform lots of different ways. on stage, on camera and up in the air. that's me, elizabeth. and my friend jimmy bennett and i are investigating the world of entertainment here in the city of dreams. come with us as we discover exactly what it takes to make it in hollywood. we're in for an aerial and magical good time. let's do it. elizabeth: welcome to elizabeth stanton's great big world of aerial and magical arts. hey, guys! i am elizabeth stanton. and today, i am in los angeles with my friend, jimmy bennett. and today, we're learning the skills to make it in the entertainment industry whether it's just flying on a trapeze, or learning to perform a magic trick. so, if you are ready, come on. let's do it. elizabeth: los angeles is one of the most popular cities in california because it's right on the beach and visitors love it here. you can learn how to surf one day, go to knott's ber ry farm, walk hollywood boulevard see stars... you can walk down the s
? >> elizabeth: you really should be recuperating in the hospital. >> nikolas: oh, i'll be fine right here. >> elizabeth: [ sighs ] under a doctor's supervision. >> nikolas: why would i need a doctor when i have you? >> elizabeth: i'm not staying, you know. i do have a life. >> nikolas: do you really? >> elizabeth: mm, one more crack like that, and i might have to hurt you. >> nikolas: please do. see if i care. >> elizabeth: if you cared about your well-being, you wouldn't be staying here. >> nikolas: [ sighs ] wyndemere's my family home. >> elizabeth: ugh. it's creepy. and it's dusty and remote. >> nikolas: i'll have you know that there's a staff coming in tomorrow to take care of the dust. >> elizabeth: nikolas, seriously, just stay on the mainland where you can get medical attention. you can stay with me and the boys. i have room. >> nikolas: move in with you? now, what would a.j. think?
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danger on the ground and around -- in fact, eight to ten blocks around that facility. >> elizabeth, you're absolutely right. this is a very dangerous situation. that's one of the reasons we have seen so many people evacuated from the area. earlier -- around gosh, 9:00 or 10:00 last night, we had reports that they were actually evacuating a triage area that had been set up on the high school football field. one of the big concerns coming up in about half hour from now, elizabeth, when the winds are about to change direction, and the mayor was very concerned that if that happens they may have to evacuate more people as a result of these toxic fumes in the air. we've been talking all night about the power and the force of this blast. it took out just about everything within a five-block radius. a guy from austin, texas was talking to the "dallas morning news," and he was about five miles away at a convenient store, stopped in to get a coca cola. he says the lights went out, the explosion happened and you could feel nit your chest and ears, and he said that ceiling tiles and pictures on the
.99! sizzler. for just $16.99! q spain and portugal they're straight out of a fairy tale! that's me, elizabeth. maiara walsh and rob pinkston. we're traveling over the mountains... amazing. elizabeth: ...into the castles... wow, this place is really cool. i love these arches up ahead and this. it's awesome. elizabeth: ...and through the cities of spain and portugal. fresh made gelato. cheers! mmm! and you're coming with us. it all happens right now. all right, so, here we go. we're going to the bridge in rupit. and i'm really excited 'cause it looks awesome. whoo-hoo! let's go! elizabeth: welcome to elizabeth stanton's great big world,
been showing it, elizabeth. it is something that gives you chills from the bottom of your toes to the top of your head you can hear how loud it is and you know that it doesn't fully translate on camera. experiencing that blast in person and how it literally blew the person who was filming it back with their iphone or their smart phone, you can only imagine what it was like in person to witness, experience and feel it, elizabeth. no doubt tragedy unfolding here in west texas. >> absolutely. i think when you say tragedy unfolding, this is certainly going to develop as the morning continues. we spoke with the ceo of one of the medical centers, providence, and he says the injuries he is seeing, one of them critical. there are a lot of broken bones, scrapes, minor abrasions, but a lot of people are talking about the respiratory illness from this anhydrous ammonia. like you said it could be shifting. the eight to ten block radius could be shifting from 15 to 20 miles away. we know the wind shifts could be changing patterns. it is a story that could be developing thought only with th
in this series. >> first ladies influence and image continues in a moment. >> elizabeth monroe was a true partner in her husband's career. they were a love story and absolutely devoted to each other. elizabeth monroe had a well-developed sense of style and image. this is a woman who knew how to carry herself with great legance. >> it is called the era of good feeling. >> this is a woman who spoke rench. > very great beauty. she received is seldom anything in the white house. he hated it. >> dignity, civility. those are the words that come to mind. > elizabeth monroe served as irst lady from 1817 to 1825 as a time known as the era of good feeling. coming up, we will explore her life and what were not always happy times inside the white house for this woman born into a well-to-do new york family. she married james monroe at the age of 17 and traveled new york extensively with him. she brought with her to the white house a certain french sensibility. welcome to c-span and the white house historical association's "first ladies." we will look at the life of elizabeth monroe. let me introduce two uests
, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. stay with us. [ female announcer ] switch to swiffer 360 dusters extender, and you'll dump your old duster. but don't worry, he'll find someone else. ♪ who's that lady? ♪ who's that lady? ♪ sexy lady, who's that lady? [ female announcer ] swiffer 360 dusters extender cleans high and low, with thick all around fibers that attract and lock up to two times more dust than a feather duster. swiffer gives cleaning a whole new meaning. and now swiffer dusters refills are available with the fresh scent of gain. waiting for your wrinkle cream to work? neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair has the fastest retinol formula. to visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles in just one week. >>> if you are looking to buy fireworks in the great state of indiana, most of the stores that sell them are in the northern part of the state. a whole bunch of them clustered together right along the illinois border, a few more sprinkled along the michigan border. buying fireworks in illinois is illegal. most fireworks sales are permitted in michigan, so having them in the state
elizabeth colbert busch. >> sanford will debate busch. >> let's have that conversation that's vital. >> he gets to debate someone, not a cutout of nancy pelosi. >> if you have an idea, i have an idea, at the end of the day. >> he is embarrassed us on many, many occasions. >> if at the end of the day -- how you doing, appreciate it, thank you. >> mark sanford is in serious trouble. >> how you doing. preaching it. thank you. >>> i am alex wagner, in for lawrence o'donnell. today for the first time in our nation's history, a male athlete on a major sports team is openly gay. jason collins writes in this week's issue of sports illustrated i am a 34-year-old nba center, i am black, and i'm gay. collins a 12 year veteran of the nba, from los angeles, played for stanford university and most recently the washington wizards. he writes the more that speak out the better, gay or straight. starts with president obama mentioning the 1969 stonewall riots that launched the gay rights movement during his second inaugural address. here is what president obama said that day. >> we, the people, declare today
the battle next, "right this minute." >>> still to come, david sends elizabeth out on a scavenger hunt. >> this is a city wide hunt. >> it's elaborate. >> find out where the clues take her. >> this guy sets up a test. >> people with unibrows >>> we always have room in our show for a little romance. this is elizabeth davis. we are seeing a video of a scavenger hunt organized by her boyfriend, david. he was brilliant. not only did he send elizabeth out on a scavenger hunt, her friends got to go with her. this is a city wide hunt. this is dallas, texas. >> the first clue sends them to get a mani/pedi together. >> who is this guy and does he have a twin. >> roses in her shower. the path leading to it is covered in hershey kisses because he wans to kiss the grou she walks on and shower her with roses. david is setting something up at the nature preserve. the next clue leads her to an observatory in the middle of a nature preserve and switches. he made l.e.d. light displays, one that represents the past, one the present and one that represents it future. let's get to the future, shall we? da
to who his opponent is. >> he'll face elizabeth colbert bush. >> she is the sister of tv personality stephen colbert. [cheers and applause] >> stephen: yes, my sister is running for congress against mark sanford. [cheers and applause] woo! woo! [cheers and applause] i hope she puts me on the poster committee. i've got some posterboard, markers -- [sniffs] that's the stuff -- glue and glue right on there. a little bit of glitter right there. got that right there. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] and there you go. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] originally, i wasn't going to talk about this race on my nightly broadcast. i gotta watch where i aim this thing. [laughter] but then i watched today's coffee joe morning and the funky bunch. [laughter] jim? >> we will speak with mark sanford coming up in a few minutes and be sending an invitation out to elizabeth colbert bush. >> she has her own show. >> it's going to be "morning joe" versus "colbert report." [audience reacts] >> stephen: oh, it is on. [laughter] "morning joe" versus "the colbert report." did i want this fight? no, but th
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the suspect is recovering after being seriously injured. elizabeth cohen is outside that hospital. elizabeth, federal prosecutors are inside. of course, the question, could the suspect be charged today? >> you know, that's a definite possibility, jake. our colleague, pamela brown, spoke to an official at the justice department and this person told her that they thought it was highly possible he could be charged before he leaves the hospital. of course, we don't know when that's going to be. we don't know how seriously he is wounded or hurt. he's in serious condition, but that doesn't really necessarily tell you a whole lot. we are expecting an update on his condition, but i don't think we're going to get many details, just a one serious or stable. probably won't learn much about what actually is going on inside. jake? >> elizabeth, there's a photograph of dzhokhar tsarnaev after he was apprehended, it was from i think the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms, a picture of him down, and he was being intubated, a tube being put in his mouth to help with his breathing. that would suggest that h
receiving care. want to go to elizabeth cohen, she's outside the hospital. there are new details about his injuries since i last spoke with you. what do you know? >> these are very important details from deborah feyerick and susan candiotti. he has wounds to his throat. and this is very, very important. he is intubated and sedated. what that means is he has a tube going down his throat that's attached to a ventilator that breathes for him. often doctors will intubate someone and put them on a ventilator to take the strain away if a machine breathes for them. this explains why governor deval patrick says he can't communicate right now. elizabeth, give us an update on the bombing survivors. how many are still in the hospital at this point? >> there are at least 57 bombing survivors still in area hospitals, two in critical condition. >> elizabeth cohen, thank you very much. we appreciate your reporting. we want to go back now to watertown. cnn's susan candiotti, it's still an active crime scene. how long will investigators be there and what are they doing? >> reporter: it's certainly what a l
minister margaret thatcher. queen elizabeth the second, former british prime ministers tony blair and gordon brown and former vice president dick cheney attended. posted's david dimbleby verage. is is o it is 11:00 among the congregation won't stand. .- will stand many services have been performed here in st. paul's cathedral. ♪ ♪ they are directly under the dome of st. paul's cathedral. the service begins with the reverend david - of st. paul's cathedral. >> we come to this cathedral ,oday to remember before god margaret ~ thatcher. to give thanks for her life and work and commend her into god's hands. he recalled with great gratitude her leadership of this nation. her courage. her steadfastness. and her resolve to accomplish what she believed to be right for the common good. we remember the values by which she lived. the ideals she embraced. , herignity, her diligence courtesy, and her personal concern for the well-being of individuals. , so we rejoice in the lifelong companionship she enjoyed witdeis and we pray , her friends and for all who mourn her passing. we continue
device. >> someone knows who did this. >> good evening i'm elizabeth cook. these excliesive photos from fox 5 atlanta show what remains of the boston bombs. the feds say they were made from pressure cookers packed with slap nel intended to hurt as many people as possible. investigators say they'll try to reconstruct the devices to determine who built them and why. meanwhile, tips have been pouring into the fbi. more than 2,000 so far. and while the search continues for the killer, ken has new information about the victims. he's live in boston tonight. ken. >> hi, elizabeth. we are outside children's hospital of boston right now. little bit of good news tonight. we told you last evening about 12-year-old aaron martinez. he is continuing to improve this evening. hospitals officials telling us that he has shrapnel wounds to his lower extremities. one of the wounds is quite severe, and he will require more surgery. he is going to have to stay here in boston for at least another week so he can recover. meanwhile tonight, a -- a big memorial to the blast victims. it continues to grow, people
hello. i'm frank mallicoat. the parents of a saratoga girl wh >>> good afternoon. i'm elizabeth wanger. >> i'm frank malaco. the parents of that sar toe atoga girl whose suicide has drawn national attention just announced they're filing lawsuit.harrington tells us her parents didn't know about the attack until after her memorial service. >> reporter: after they found out they hired an attorney and team of investigators who say 8 months later they have enough evidence to prove that assault happened and it's what drove audrie to take her own life. the parents of audrie pott plan to file a wrongful death lawsuit against two of her former schoolmates accused of sexual assault. she committed suicide after graphic images of her spun around. she drank too much alcohol and fell asleep in a bedroom. she woke up to find evidence she had been sexual assaulted while asleep. the boys took photos. audrie sent messages through her facebook page saying her life was ruined. a week after that party she killed herself. these photos were the key piece of evidence that led to the arrest that happene
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. elizabeth cohen reporting she spoke to somebody in this neighborhood where this operation is going on. we won't go into any more specifics on that. but that person, that neighbor, said that that person's house had not been searched. clearly, there are some areas which have not yet been searched. this is a large area and for all the large number of law enforcement personnel we have seen, they have been very methodical today having to go house to house, door by door, block by block. >> a decision could also have been made as they evacuate people and have isolated and know what's clear and what's not clear, to back off a little bit and give the individual an opportunity to try to move or let down his guard, but they have been very effective and i think that they're going to be very deliberate as they go forward here and i'm optimistic that the odds are in their favor now to be able to pick him up alive if in fact this is the individual. >> right. we should stress, we don't know that for a fact. law enforcement is saying they believe a possible suspect. how confident are you hearing from your
correspondent elizabeth cohen is on the phone but we'll start with kenny klein, he is the senior associate athletic director for the university of louisville. thank you for joining us tonight. mr. klein, how is kevin doing? >> kevin's still currently in the methodist hospital here in indianapolis and undergoing surgery at this time. >> yeah. >> we're showing video of the players. players from both teams who are visibly shaken, visibly upset, even crying. how does this -- were you at the game? >> i was. i was at mid-court, and it certainly was a gruesome injury, and it affected a lot of our players but while kevin was down, wanted the players, called the players over and said, you know, win the game, win the game. that was his message to the team, and they certainly took it to heart and got the task accomplished. >> it's pretty gruesome to ask, but, i mean, people in the crowd and players were saying they could hear the injury. they could hear the break. >> it was an awful thing. it's something that one of our football players went through, michael bush, very similar injury on the football
harmed have also been receiving care. we want to go to elizabeth cohen. elizabeth, there are new details about his injuries since i last spoke with you. what do you know? >> reporter: don, these are very details from my colleagues. also what we've learned from susan candiotti. what we've learned is he's had wounds to his throat and also, this is very, very important, it's intubated and sedated. somewhat that means is he has a tube going down his throat that's attached to a ventlator that breathes for him. that doesn't mean he can't believe on his own. often doctors will put them on a ventilator because it takes the strain away. as you said earlier, this explains why the governor has said that he can't communicate right now, injuries to the throat, sedated and intubated. don? >> elizabeth, give us an update on the bombing survivors. how many are still in the hospital at this point? >> reporter: there are at least 57 bombing survivors still in hospitals around the boston area. two in critical condition. >> elizabeth cohen, thank you very much. we appreciate your reporting. we want to go ba
again. life will continue. the mayor, thomas meneno and elizabeth warren, no one spoke before the bells tolled for martin. they're helping to raise funds for the family. go to if you would like to contribute. [ snoring ] ♪ [ snoring ] [ male announcer ] zzzquil™ sleep-aid. [ both snoring ] [ male announcer ] it's not for colds. it's not for pain. it's just for sleep. [ snoring ] [ male announcer ] because sleep is a beautiful thing™. ♪ zzzquil™. the non-habit forming sleep-aid from the makers of nyquil®. ♪ >>> he will not be treated as an enemy combatant. we will prostitute this terrorist through our civilian system of justice. under u.s. law, united states citizens cannot be tried in military commissions. and it is important to remember that since 9/11, we have used the federal court system to convict and incarcerate hundreds of terrorists. >> joining me now, roger cressey, terrorism analyst. roger, want you to listen to something the boston police chief said yesterday on cbs, listen do what ed davis said. >> we have reason to believe based upon the e
. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. law enforcement officials continue to question whether others were involved in the boston attack. despite the claims of the surviving brother to the fbi, that the two of them acted alone. and overnight, there are new details of the attack had been in the planning stages for at least two months. a new hampshire fireworks store has told the fbi, it sold $400 worth of fireworks in february to tamerlan tsaranev. the gun powder and fireworks was likely the explosives used in the marathon bombs, according to bomb experts. >> it was one of the biggest loudest stuff that we have in the store pretty much. the assistant manager of phantom fireworks, tsaranev bought two large mortar kits during the two for one sale. and she remembers his russian accent. >> we don't get too many people in here with russian accents. >> reporter: meanwhile, the medical condition of younger brother dzhokhar has been upgraded from serious to fair. and some of his friends are trying to upgrade his image. one friend posted this video on youtube, showing dzhokhar doing the robot dance
dishcloth and switch to new bounty duratowel. >>> coming up next, elizabeth colbert-busch, got a completely surprising endorsement last night. will the bump include a rush by other famous comedians to endorse elizabeth colbert-busch? i ask you, martin short -- >> i would like to do it as a series of my beloved characters and then culminate my endorsement as john f. kennedy. >> do you have a ten-second version of this? >> i say, elizabeth colbert-busch will be elected because she has my endorsement. >> >> there we have it. breaking news. can we get -- there it is, the breaking news banner is up. martin shorten doorses elizabeth colbert-bus colbert-busch. look at that. you just made breaking news. we had to get that approved at the highest level. they don't throw that banner around. >> i'm very impressed. >> we'll be back with more of all of this. >> pauly shore? is he endorsing? ♪ [ male announcer ] how could switchgrass in argentina, change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of
elizabeth cohen is standing by. first, we want to catch you up on some of the other developments, up to date on the charges that the suspected bomber may actually face, and show you some new riveting images of that intense manhunt that led to his capture. we're watching all of this unfold. for that, let's go to cnn's joe johns, our crime and justice correspondent. he's working his sources in washington. joe, what are officials telling you about the proceeding that could happen today in the coming hours by the suspect's bedside? this is highly extraordinary. >> that's true, wolf. our sources have told us it's possible, possible we could see charges today. but there's no guarantee. we have heard as recently as yesterday that authorities were contemplating a terrorism charge, most likely something relating to use of a weapon of mass destruction. also, in all likelihood, some type of charge relating to use of a fire arm and commission of a felony. conspiracy certainly also possible because authorities allege that the suspect worked on this with his brother. a number of different charges all poss
searching observation. " when she interviews elizabeth keckley, she asks how much she will charge for her dresses. i will be says, reasonable. they came to an agreement. my theory is that she wanted a lot of dresses but could not afford to pay lavishly. on her budget, she was able to get what she wanted because keckley agreed not to overcharge her. >> paint a portrait of what life was like in the lincoln white house as a family living there and the public using the space. open tos astonishingly the public. in the middle of the great civil war that is raging, twice a week, the president would throw open his office and people could couldp as long as they wait for his public opinion badge. these were mostly job-seekers. childrenoln, the finessed themselves around these folks. the two boys at the beginning, of course. whene was 10 years old they arrived, and his younger brother. robert have got off to harvard. there was another brother that they lost years earlier in springfield. upon theoln looked white house very much as a symbol of this nation. they took seriously the responsibilities. as
to chavez runs deep elizabeth,s like who looks over a makeshift chapel. it is all that matters to her. >> it was his decision and we respect it, so we will support him all the way and vote for .im >> a devotion and allegiance that will likely play a decisive role in the election. >> at least 12 people are dead after gunmen opened fire and threw a grenade in a bar and the mexican city of guatemala are. 17 people were also injured. police suspect the attack was directed at the owner of the bar. a separate attack. left individual people dead. it is not clear if the incidents were elated. u.s. executors are seeking the death penalty for a man accused of mass killing in a colorado cinema. james holmes is accused of 70 people and killing 12 in a shooting. a blogger has been allowed to leave her country after nearly a decade. listened to her call on cuban-americans to break down what she called the cuban wall of lies. technology giant apple has apologized to consumers in china for poor customer service. the move follows two weeks of criticism from the chinese government over apple's repair p
. >>> queen elizabeth gets a multimillion dollar pay raise. >>> hours ago, connecticut state legislature passed the toughest gun control legislation in the country. it cleared the house after hours of what was respectful and somber debate. earlier, they approved the sweeping bill. requires background checks for all firearms sales and bans the sale or purchase of magazines. the bill goes to governor dannel malloy. north korea is ramping up saying their military is cleared to attack the u.s. using smaller lighter weapons. it's responded by deploying a missile system to guatemalan. jim is in south korea. jim, it appears the situation is escalated day-to-day. >> you are right. in that message, clearly meant for u.s. consumption, they spoke of deploying what they are calling mobile nuclear devices to strike the united states. the latest threat was conditional. this time stopping what north korea called war games. it sees it as a rehearsal for an invasion. this comes after kim jong un, the young leader reactivated a moth ball plutonium reactor. for the second day, barred south korean workers f
of reminds me -- >> does this make you think of elizabeth taylor? tavis: 0, yes. >> the publisher -- i had no role models. for myself.le model the only one i could think of the identified with was this gorgeous creature called elizabeth taylor, so she became my role model. when i went to meet louis b. mayer, i had the eyebrow. tavis: that is hot. now backs i am serious. serious, too. not look at that waist. washere was no doubt i pulled in. i will disappoint you. waist.s my they use to pad you like crazy. i was doing a film with lawn of turner.- lana woman with black blood and denies it completely. jackson singing. one little girl comes back, that is jackson singing. >> oh, my god. i was doing a film to be his first film in america. lover, and in visited the sets all the time, but i have a small role in assistant director said common -- and the assistant director said, will you do a favor for ms. turner? go to the wardrobe department and get something waiting for you to take to mr. turner's dressing room. silk outgives me a with a drawstring on it, and she said in a strict way, take this o
that boat. spotted the father and said to him, hey, are you josh and the guy said, yeah. elizabeth? >> oh, boy, all right, thank you very much, gio. >>> for more we on this, bring in "gma's" legal analyst dan abrams. the united states does not have an extradition treaty with cuba. pretty incredible it was resolved between the two governments so quickly. >> remember, none of the alleged kidnappers here have any connections to cuba which would have changed this fundamentally. i think a lot of people say, well, there's no treaty. why would they have cooperated? why not. meaning in the sense there's no reason really that the cubans would want them in the country. there's this sense, oh, there are all these cuban fugitives there, true, there have been some over the years, primarily in the '60s and '70s, but tended to be much more politicized and have a connection to cuba in some way, shape or form. >> like in the elian gonzalez case, both sides, they're recognizing the rights to be returned to their parents. what charges will the parents face? >> elian gonzalez would be difference between the
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activities. elizabeth is in tonight to tell us if the warmer temperatures will stick around. >>> what a gorgeous day today. temperatures were well above average and we've got more of the same to start off your work week. but check out what it looked like a little earlier today. there is a look at san francisco's ocean beach. we had sun batheers outside. temperatures reached into the 70s well into the 80s in some inland spots. there is what's in store for more sunshine, more warm weather, sunny skies reaching close to 90 degrees and some of those inland spots and even along the coast it's still going to reach into the low 70s. we got another nice day on tap. so why. >> it's because of a huge ridge of high pressure. an it is just settled on in around the bay area. so any storm track well way from the bay area will we'll see rain showers in portland parts of seattle but for the bay area we're high and dry and that's what's keeping us and these temperatures definitely on the more mild side. it looks like for the immediate future and even in our longer range forecast really not seeing a
'm elizabeth cook. rattle the chief of police. a young mother gunned down near 54th in front of her four-year- old son. kpix5's kristen ayers on what that little boy has been able to tell cops. kristen. >> reporter: authorities aren't saying exactly what he is telling them. he is aware of what happened. it's a tragic event that happened with a very young witness. >> lord have mercy. >> bishop is grieving for two people. her 21-year-old daughter, shot on this quiet street in north oakland last night. and her daughter's four-year- old son, joshua, who watched the murder happen. we are protecting his identity. >> he just kept saying mom hurt her knees. and so i mean, he was sitting right there, right behind her when this guy shot her in the head. >> pictures, joshua appear inseparable. their birthdays were in april. her family says was a good mother who worked part-time in child care and went to college. her little sister looked up to her. >> she always comfort me. she was my role model. >> someone come forward and tell who these people are that murdered my daughter. >> police do h
in concord and 87 in santa rosa. we have gusty winds. right now check out the roads with elizabeth. >>> that is hot. look at the 90s. outside right now already cleared to the right hand shoulder. we'll show you another spot in the east bay. this is a live look in oakland. north and southbound 880. here's a live look. the commute time is 14 minutes out of hayward. everything looks good past the pay gates. things are moving exceptionally well. 4:36 this morning between hayward and foster city. only one road work item to mention. northbound 680 between south mission and north mission. approximately 6:00 this morning. average speed 64 miles per hour. westbound 580 so far just cruising through the livermore valley. back to you guys. >> thank you. today bart is expected to include new safety measures. better protect law abiding passengers as well as station agents. in san francisco this morning with more details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. bart police are really going to try and keep repeat offenders out of the train and off of bart station. addressing assembly bill 716. a
: face-off between mark sanford and elizabeth colbert busch for a congressional seat in south carolina produced only brief references to sanford's extramarital affair where he was governor where he lied about hiking on the appalachian trail but instead was in argentina to be with his lover. colbert busch referenced it in her answer about federal spending. >> when we talk about fiscal spending and protecting the taxpayers, it doesn't mean you take that money we saved and leave the country for personal purpose. >> reporter: sanford did not respond, instead saying -- >> i couldn't hear what she said. [ laughter ] repeat it. i didn't hear it, i'm sorry. >> reporter: later sanford himself alluded to it when asked if he would vote to impeach president clinton. >> i would reverse the question to you and i would say this. do you think that president clinton should be condemned for the rest of his life based on a mistake that he made in his life? >> reporter: sanford's attempting a political comeback, his lover now fiancee often at his side. colbert, whose brother is stephen colbert, is a succe
>>> this is kpix 5 news. >>> good afternoon, everyone i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm elizabeth wenger, michelle griego has the day off. >> nails, bb shards of metal, those were some of the objects hurled into the crowd in the finish line yesterday! president obama is calling this an act of terrorism. the fbi still count know who was behind the blast. let's go to randall pinkston. >> nails, bibis, small pieces of mettlal designed to create -- metal designed to create maximum damage when they exploded. >> reporter: the area around the finish line is what police call the most complex crime scene in history. investigators continue to collect and process evidence including bomb fragments and cell phone videos and photos. mourners have been placing flowers at the scene. investigators denied reports that several unexploded bombs were found in the area. >> we only have two devices that aware of device and both devices were involved in the incident. >> reporter: three people were killed and more than 175 others were injured in the two blasts. among
mallicoat. >> and i'm elizabeth wenger. michelle griego is off. >>> we begin with some breaking news. there is a possible breakthrough in the investigation into the boston marathon bombing. >> cbs news has learned that a possible suspect or person of interest may have been identified. cbs reporter randall pinkston is live in boston. he has the very latest on the investigation and a possible suspect. randall. >> reporter: cbs news has learned that investigators have identified a suspect who may have been behind the bombings tow boston marathon. his face was caught on surveillance video. cbs news confirms a possible suspect has been identified in the boston marathon bombing case. a law enforcement force says the young man was identified at the surveillance video at the second blast seen on a cell phone at the same time the first bomb exploded. sources say investigators zeroed in on the suspect after checking cell phone records in the area at that exact time. fbi photos from the boston marathon bombing investigation show the remains of an explosive device including twisted pieces of met
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